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Enfriqua safe from Algerian wildfires

Crown Dependency of Enfriqua

Word has been received that Enfriqua is not under threat from the relatively nearby wildfires burning in northern Algeria.

Enfriqua is an autonomous Crown Dependency of Austenasia, annexed from the M’Sila province of northern Algeria in January 2015.

Multiple ongoing deadly wildfires have been raging in nearby areas of Algeria since 9 August, killing ninety people so far.

His Excellency Mr Akka Bey, the crown dependency’s Governing Commissioner, has reported that Enfriqua is not under threat from the wildfires and that “everything is going well” for them.

Enfriqua consists of a residential property inhabited by a family of four.

Mr Bey has also served as the (unaccredited) Austenasian Ambassador to Algeria since February 2016.

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